Strengthening Hospital Nursing, Part I: The Planning Process
Journal of Nursing Administration
hospital nursing, planning
Planning is identified as a key activity of hospital management. Planning processes are examined for 75 hospitals in the national Strengthening Hospital Nursing Program (SHNP). The nature of the planning process is presented with a focus on professional participation in planning, differences between single and networked hospitals, and the development of planning teams. The importance of certain elements for planning teams is considered. Part 2 (June 1992 issue) will examine the planning characteristics between Phase 2 selected and nonselected hospitals. Part 3 will explore the differences among professional disciplines in planning.
Taft, Susan Hoefflinger; Jones, Paul K.; and Minch, Ellen L. (1992). Strengthening Hospital Nursing, Part I: The Planning Process. Journal of Nursing Administration 22(5), 51-63. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/nurspubs/7